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't. they are supposed to open their eyes to new technology but these google glasses may be taking it too far. the national average of gas is 3.59, unchanged from yesterday. 3.69, unchanged from yesterday. [ male announcer ] how do you measure happiness? by the armful? by the barrelful? e carful? how about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. oo a prison escape out of the movies. they climbed on a rope hovering from a helicopter. the two inmates and the person involved were captured a short time later. louisiana governor bobby jindal involved in a car accident after an suv sideswiped the vehicle he was in. a state trooper driving a second suv suffered minor injuries after swerving to avoid the truck. the truck was ticketed for making an illegal u turn. >> the carnival legend limping home after more troubles. it is already on another vow ablg? anthony miller has more on the latest embarrassment for carnival crews. >> for many a trip buyered the legend turned out to be a legendary failur
dramatically. they finally settled a major lawsuit with motorola and google. earlier this month they signed a huge deal with google. the margins will be much higher than any other deal they have had before. they have deals with tokyo, motorola, almost all the major dealers. the stock is up a lot. people should know, if you go back to 2000, it was a $66 stock. you have your typical risk. a lot of their revenue comes from samsung. what a client to have. it is one that people should take a look at. i think it will be a huge when. less than $11. tracy: 66. charles: we are down four or five dollars. i wish i would have jumped on it then. tracy: what does this do to apple? charles: i don't know. tracy: good stuff. we have to go down to washington, d.c. we have breaking news. bernanke speaking. peter barnes got a sneak peek. peter: he wants to talk today about currency. we will have to wait for the q&a for any comments on cyprus and the banking system there. in his remarks, bernanke dismisses critics. he does not mention japan by name, but the yen has tanked since japan announced more stimulus. du
the internet from companies like sales force.com or box or work day or google, we benefit heavily from that transition. because at boxx, we power a cloud based service that helps the store manage and access information. >> the kind of global expansion you're talking about is going to require a massive amount of capital. it's time to move from the venture capital markets. >> we're not yet tapping public markets. although we have worked at later stage investors, but more later stage growth capital and private equity. we raise about $300 million in funding so far and a lot of that is going towards international expansion, r&d investments, infrastructure expansion internationally and how do we make sure we go after this opportunity in very strategic ways. >> and the investors, are they at this point still willing to give you capital towards what they see is this growth coming in a couple of years time, revenues ultimately the profit source even though you're not seeing it now. >> last year we grew our top line revenue over 5 50%. this year, we'll more than double our revenue. we're still p
mills, google, kellogg, kimberly, mccormick spice. they missed the quarter. mcdonald's, pepsi, proctor, discover, delta, cree, cracker barrel! the prosecution rests. cracker barrel. >> cbrl, by the way. >> have you had the cheese they put on the pie. over 9,000 calories. >> and 600 flavors of hard licorice. >> how many stocks are above the 50-day moving average? >> it's hideous. >> if you say what's overbought? >> almost everything will be overbought. this is a nice, convenient, technical excuse to sell. >> that's what i agree with and the -- >> you have horse sense. >> no, i just read your email over your shoulder. >> oh, okay. >> terribly honest and professional. >> there are, believe it or not, america, some other stories that we are looking that the morning, hard to believe, but true. transocean urging shareholders to inject carl icahn's firm to increase three new members to the company's board. elsewhere, morgan stanley upgrading hewlett-packard. yes, hp getting an upgrade from morgan stanley from an overweight to an equal weight and they cite positive momentum in free cash flow a
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, which runs on google's android platform and is meant to do battle against apple with a 5-inch touch screen and technology that allows your eyes to move the screen. but, in the face of a downgrade and the new competition, apple shares rallied $1 friday. it's a busy week for ipos. kicking off the list, nursing facility aviv reit, a company that provides conference calls; west corporation; and on-demand digital ad management firm marin software. some biotechs are also set to launch ipos: enanta pharmaceuticals, tetraphase pharmaceuticals and lifesciences company model "n." it's a no-go for john paulson's move to puerto rico. rumors of a move popped up when paulson, a billionaire hedge fund manager, was reportedly looking at real estate opportunities on the island. a new law would eliminate taxes on gains from the $9.5 billion he has invested in his own hedge funds. his fund released a statement last friday that indicates he has no plans to permanently relocate. survey says... mark zuckerberg is a top ceo. zuckerberg topped glassdoor.com's list of top ceos of 2013. ceos from sap, mckins
and that will be live google plus streamed. all sorts of fun technology. but before the publication of her book, and the subsequent film, this was probably one of the most famous compositions by verm ere, certainly the most famous, and has three paintings and i love that the way that the clouds hang so low and it is actually much darker on my screen, but this kind of balance between the rain clouds and the white pufffy clouds and the way that they interacts with the buildings in the city. this competes with two other paintings in the exhibition and i will not say which ones they are and it competes for my favorite painting in the exhibition it is view of harlem with bleaching grounds in the foregrounds and one of the most important innovations for the 17th century, dutch landscape painters was the way that they approached the sky. for any of you who have traveled to the netherlands you know that there is a low horizon line and i have been told that the dutch people and i can be corrected. that they call their clouds the dutch mountains because the landscape is so low that really you get these m
has got. when you look at the client list, that's impressed and it's badda bing. facebook, google, yahoo! , japan, and if you're an advertiser. and we'll ask the ceo about the net loss for 2012 and the 60 million in revenues. remember 7 million shares was the initial price share range. 7 1/2 is what they ended up at and 11 to 13 was the price talk and opening at $19 and friends and families, these lovely ladies and gentlemen standing around here. $15 was the price talk and it was what it priced at and it opened at 1450 and that would be the first one this week that would open below its price and right now it is trading at $19.71 and you can see people with their families all standing here and the ceo and here are the kids and families standing around here. marin brought all of their family down here and it's been very nice. i've been talking to a lot of wonderful people here in the last 20 minutes. >> we'll talk to the ceo coming up. looking forward to that. >> up next on "squawk on the street." that will happen, and he'll talk about the company's wall street debut. >>> marin sof
macchiatto, too. but it beats the coupons for 60% off. but this beat it. it shut the site down. >> and google street view. i use it when i'm trying to find the name of a street. but now they're taking you out in the wilderness. >> they are. they've been doing things like the grand canyon and others, but what's been popping up is some of the beautiful mountains we like to see. things like mount everett. they take a guy from google, goes out with a camera, tripod, a fish-eye lens and this is the base camp at mount everett. and then mount kilimanjaro is also something that they've started to street view maps. this is great for getting kids -- i think teachers can use this as a really good educational tool in the classroom, to take kids to places that you normally can't get to. >> obviously, not their car with the fancy camera. a little backpack. >> right. and they didn't walk the whole mountain. they didn't do every single piece of the mountain. it's not every footstep, but more than we've had before. >> all right. back to your basketball game. we know you've been watching the whole time. >> i'd
, but what do you make? i was skod "morning joe" about google glasses. would a watch make a dent in apple? because you can already have a watch and you can put your ipod minh ni a strap on a wrist. >> this is assuming that the watch is actually a watch and the watch isn't something beyond a watch and that the old apple of days of yore that innovated to the hilt and came out with something that was mind blowing and off the radar of everybody that that apple was back. >> a watch? >> in the watch forum. we don't know what it can be in the watch and we don't know what kind of data and how it can interact. >> i hear apple is also working on the i-buggy whip. that was snarky and sarcastic and i should not have done that. >> i would love to be able to come home and just say to some device pout 30 for 30 when they do the special because i missed it. >> can you please put that on. >> when i get home have it cued up and start playing. wouldn't that be amazing? i'm not saying that this will be it, but we don't know what this is going to be. if samsung beats apple to the punch with its own watch and
. and recently the commission held a hearing on girls and technology. we heard from google and twitter about alarming decreases in young women and girls interested in the sciences. so, i'm looking forward to hearing the stories of our honorees and i just want to invite commissioner golden gate to say a few words. >> once again, it is a privilege to be before the board. i think this is my sixth slot as a commissioner and i always appreciate this day because it represents wonderful women in san francisco and welcome to all the new women on the board. and we will certainly get some more, i'm sure. i'll hand it back to president chiu now. >> thank you. and without further ado, i'd like to recognize my colleagues who will each be making brief presentations for their honorees. we mix up the order to keep it interesting. today what we will do is go in alphabetical order starting at the very top of the alphabet with the letter a, supervisor avalos from district 11. >> thank you, president chiu. today i am honoring an exemplary woman who has done so much to support women in my district, also througho
. challenge the impossible. with google now, it automatically knows when you need to leave for the airport, how much traffic there is, and can have your boarding pass ready. the droid razr maxx hd by motorola. droid-smart. droid-powerful. >> jessie: you pay their salaries all while they are not paying their taxes. federal employees 100,000 of them with serious tax liens. >> clayton: texas congressman blake is on the house committee for oversight and government reform where the bill advanced last week. he here to give us update. nice to see you. welcome to the show. >> good morning, guys. >> this bill advanced and exactly what does this bill attempt to do and do you think it has a chance at passing? it holds federal employees for paying their taxes. 100,000 owing over a billion dollars in beings as it and we can't even fire the worse of the worse dead beats. >> jessie: congressman, is the goal here to fire these guys to punish them or do we just want to collect their taxes? what's the point here? we don't have any real incentives with federal employees to force them to pay their taxes. this
play google in outline of this? you're not doing some other big tech names but that seems like a name that keeps going. >> they are still innovating. but when you look carefully you see a lot of innovation is being supplemented with acquisition. android was something they acquired. google is not quite at a stage where you see sisco and certain others. they're still innovating but forced to acquire. >> i'm going to throw one last name at you. polypore. >> it is a more controversial stock. it is certainly for investors that have a much longer range outlook in mind. polypore sells the separators that go inside lithium ion batteries. >> the things that boeing is trying to separate in terms of the cells? >> yeah. inside the cells it celebrates the cathode. polypore has great technology that might have prevented what happened to boeing. but they do not sell to boeing right now. it is much, much harder than consumer electronics. polypore better suits that market. what we think is exciting is the company will earn $2 according to wall street. they have built capacity that will allow them to g
the panic that -- first thing i did was i googled cyprus because, hey, i haven't looked at that at world war ii since churchill saw it was a key strategic area. the germans don't like the russians. remember that? next thing i know, this is the hottest area of the world. >> what about the people that were -- three weeks ago or so that went to all cash? yesterday they were probably, like, i told you that was a great move and now they're, like, uh-oh! >> in april until october 3rd the main reason was dexia. the problems with dexia. i googled dexia. i think now it's a supplement being recalled by pnc. >> and then you have a 50-day suspension and you didn't have the twist of the nasdaq and there's a lot oflyway that that doesn't happen and then the sell the news and we're kind of unchanged. >> right. >> it will be interesting to see, and if someone were to ask ben bernanke about the situation in europe and the situation in cyprus and whether or not that is exacerbating the overall situation in europe and how he addresses the fact, that if the situation is worsening, will he lore the threshold for
. ranging from the modest tweak to a whole new way to watch. google, the search giant trying to chip away at sports giants espn and cbssports.com and making it less necessary to make the extra click to get to those other sites. it's incremental but clever way to get good numbers, keeping it in google's own pocket. at march madness, in conjunction with the rights owner turner broadcasting, video highlights on twitter during the game. up to 120,000 followers executed by snappy tv, video start-up. >> we view it as a win for the user, brand advertiser, you get to take your brand advertise that you're putting on tv and really put it into this social environment where you're users are engaging with the content. >> and then there's bill simmons, one of the star pundits of espn, doing live webcasts on youtube with friends. you get to hear his thoughts on the game in realtime. espn didn't sell ads, admitting this is a test run. they've committed zero dollars to ncaa rights and it's a low cost production. easy money. >> that is a business model right there. >>> a lot more still to come. tweet time.
on interstate 80. at the google of the era. the rich and station is in the middle of the city's the northern most stop on the rich and fremont bart line. >> off the idea would be to extend a line to the north parallel to the pass of interstate 80. >> along the route to bart stations could be evidence and of low near the richmond hill top shopping center. further north in pinole there could be service all went to herculeses not further. none of it is close to being a done deal. i spoke with of artwoh a bart spokesperson saying this is just an idea. >> extending service to the north would be a long, long process. the transit agency would secure funding and acquired less to build new railway stations and engineers to design the extension. it would have to survive years of study in environmental reviews before construction could begin. in the newsroom jobs clifford kron 4 news. >> businesses owners and residents along san francisco polk street met last like to talk about bicycle and pedestrian improve is being considered for the neighborhood that could take away parking spaces. >> the san franci
is the capital of zimbabwe ? ... the first time you ask with the google voice search. the droid razr maxx hd by motorola. droid recognition. droid powerful. >> fox news alert on breaking developments from the u.s. supreme court. the justices have decided that they will take up their second major affirmative action case in less than a year. brand new hour here of "america live." welcome everybody, i'm megyn kelly. we're already awaiting another big decision on the use of racial preferences in college admissions and in fact, the justices could hand out a ruling on that any day now. but now there is a new case and questions about what this case could ultimately mean for a controversial policy. shannon bream with more. >> reporter: it's interesting because you mentioned we are still awaiting another important case. the fisher case was argued back in october 6 this term and it's all about admissions policies at university of texas, a white student sued because she didn't get a spot and says she was discriminated against and says the policies there are no good, they shouldn't use race to factor
itself sees its main competitors as adobe, google, et cetera. so a big wall street debut, the second one of its kind so far this week. maybe a good sign for the market. back to you guys. adam: all right, sandra, thank you very much. >> thank you. melissa: so the european central bank is giving cyprus to reach a deal to restructure the insolvent banks but as the parliament there struggles to find a solution, we're asking should they just let the cyprus banks go bust? steve moore, senior economics writer at "the wall street journal" of course we're asking this out of the clear blue. this is an interesting op-ed in "the wall street journal" that was talking about maybe how to do this in a structured way. what do you think about that, steve? >> you know, i think there are some advantages to having a country like cyprus, actually, repudiate its debt because one of the things i find looking around the world, even in the united states, is that this sovereign debt is treated like it's, you know, completely risk-free and it is not risk-free. there should be a risk premium associated with governme
you do a google search. marin software just opened up 41%. now this. >> on what grounds do you-- >> because i predicted that you would not have filled out a ncaa bracket. connell: agree on that. imus: i he see in front of you-- >> what does a man know about basketball when he thinks that duke is going to win? you think that the plumly brothers, miles, mason and marshall would be my guy working for the louisville guys. and beat kansas in the final, 84-82? >> varney is reading this. connell: no he's not, no he's not. stuart: that was on imus yesterday and bracket picks. did you think i convinced anybody i know anything about basketball? >> no. stuart: i new about the plumly brothers and i went on to say i wish we could go back to the days of the fab five from michigan and time that the 12th seed beat the 5th seed again and they did last night. thank you very much, producer, two of them did, right? >> well, i think-- that you would have been rooting for the fab five, they broke the rules and you're a rules guy and that might have gave it away. stuart: if it were 20 years ago. that
proudly served at nasa for 12 years as an astronaut, and i also had the privilege of working at google. and i think that we are using the best of both worlds in managing sentinel. we're combining the technical rigor of nasa which is the best in the world with the innovative, rapid and cost effective practices that i learned at google. and the secret to success, as i learned at both of these organizations, is hiring the very best people, and i think we've done that. so i do want to talk a little bit about nasa. they have a very significant role in this. we are, in a true sense, a public/private partnership. we have a space act agreement in which nasa will be allowing us to use the deep space network of telescopes to transmit our data, and also nasa experts are part of our review teams. so they are very important part of our project. sentinel will be important on a firm of levels. not only will it enable us to know if an asteroid is going to hit the earth in time to deflect one, but it'll find asteroids that merely come close to the earth, and this happens all the time. and these asteroi
while he was at the u.s. treasury. she later jumped to silicon valley when eric schmidt of google offered per a job. when mark zuckerberg and facebook came calling, she made the move. in between all that, she got married and had two children. a boy now seven and a girl five. as coo, sandberg is one of only 21 female executives in the fortune 500. she says it's time to change that. >> when i got on stage 2 1/2 years ago and said the blunt truth is men ran the world, the audience gasped fast this was news. i sat down at an exclusive conference next to a man who looked at me and said remember us. i was like what do you mean? remember us. there is a place for white men in the world. and i looked at him and said are you looking away this conference? there has never been a company in your industry not run by a white man. he said, oh, no, no, change is coming. well, it's been ten years with no progress at the top of corporate america and that's stagnation. and "lean in" has stirred up a heated debate. i'm grateful for that debate because i think that's our only chance of waking up to thi
that you should eup vest. >> it's hard to in vex in stocks. >> there last summer you could guy google for 557. >> think about apple. >> they bought motor owe on la. >> think about it at 200. >> how many new highs from 200 up? a lot of people said it was anew high. >> that was a mistake and it was not from me. >> every one was a new high from 90 -- >> yeah, absolutely. >> but his point is there's nothing new in the business. usher is new. >> we have other news in this morning on tpaes book. the sec has approved the nasdaq, facebook ipo. that plan offers $62 million in investors in the ipo. it's unclear whether they will assess a $5 million fine from nasdaq. >> joining us now is mark grant at southwest securities. mark, we have been watching you in europe and in cyprus. what's your take? >> becky, it's a relief rally. i'm not surprised we're having one. the european union seized bank deposits, private property. and i think that's causing a huge ripple certainly in the institutions. two, the way this was all handled was very problematic for people in terms of the implications of what the
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